The dead body of another popular wrestler has been found in his home, reports The Wrestling Observer. May his soul rest in peace!
The World bids Hayabusa Adieu.
Eiji Ezaki, a big name in Japenese wrestling bade the wrestling world good night.
Hayabusa’s body was found cold, says Tokyo Sports. What caused his death is claimed to be bleeding brain tissues. He was aged 47 when death gripped him — too sad!
His career began in 1991, as a trainee in FMJ Dojo. Hayabusa created a name for himself when he set a top-notch fight between himself and Jushin “Thunder” Liger in the Super J tournament in1994.
The attention-grabbing stars of this time were Chris Benoit, Eddie Guerrero and the likes and they caught the audience’s gaze.
Hayabusa’s biggest American fight was in ECW Heat Wave 1998 in Dayton Ohio. Here he was a team with Jinsei Shinzaki against RVD and Sabu.